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Newegg Black Friday 2014
Newegg’s Black Friday ad is finally here! Check out this year’s items in the full ad-scan below:
Best Newegg Black Friday Deals From 2013
When you’re looking for electronics online, Newegg offers a broad inventory with great prices. Stocked with a range of computers, hardware and accessories, the retailer can meet all your electronics needs.
Last year, the retailer offered a full page of Black Friday deals. Briefer than many of its competitors’ ads, it was nevertheless packed with more than a dozen discounts. Some of the products were listed alongside their prices, while the prices of other items were available only online. The markdowns were likely to disappoint shoppers seeking doorbusters, but they still made decent deals for consumers looking to save on quality products with the ease of online shopping.
When it came to computers, the ASUS Intel Core i7 desktop PC (8GB DDR3, 1TB HDD) sold for $899.99, a good $300 markdown from its original price of $1,199.99. In the laptop arena, Newegg sold the ASUS VivoBook S400CA Ultrabook for $479.99. With an original price of $699.99, the laptop featured a 31% discount totaling $220. The discount turned out to be less impressive, however, as soon as consumers did their research and realized that competitor Amazon sold the same item for the lower price of $449.99.
Computer components were also available at a discount, with the Intel Core i7-4770K Haswell 3.5GHz LGA 1150 84W quad-core desktop processor selling for $299.99, a slight discount from its original price of $324.99.
Among computer accessories, the LG 27-inch 5ms HDMI widescreen LED backlight LCD monitor was a great find. It was priced at $199.99, which was $150 less than its original price of $249.99.
TVs were another area for discounts. The Samsung 55-inch 1080p LED HDTV sold for $799.99 (originally $1,185.71). Compare that price with what the same TV sold for at TigerDirect: $897.99. Though better than TigerDirect, Newegg’s price didn’t beat the one offered at Kmart. The 55-inch HDTV was priced at $699.99 at Kmart, a significant bargain. The exclusive military retailer Navy Exchange offered the same product at an even lower price – $697.99 – but that deal was inaccessible for shoppers without military connections.
Shoppers looking to expand their home entertainment systems could pick up the MartinLogan MLT-2 5.1 CH premium home theater speaker system for an impressive $149.99. The speaker system originally cost $349.95, making its Black Friday price a discount of more than 50%.
Other products highlighted in the Black Friday sale included digital cameras, internal and external hard drives and motherboards.
For electronics shopping online, check out Amazon and TigerDirect. For brick-and-mortar stores that sell computers, hardware, TVs and more, consider Best Buy, Walmart, Target, Office Depot, Staples and Sam’s Club. For a full list of 2014 Black Friday ad scans, check out NerdWallet’s Black Friday ad leaks page.
Written by Melinda Szell
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